yashmak


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yashmak

, yashmac
the face veil worn by Muslim women when in public
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The young harem musician performs for what also seem to be recently arrived guests, as these women wear yashmaks, and at least one wears a feredge.
Examples are Lester Piggott Yashmak Cecil's first Grade 1 winner in the US, the filly landing the Flower Bowl Invitational Handicap at Belmont Park in October 1997.
Innocent ones like the sultry maiden in a yashmak eating Turkish delight or that man dressed in black climbing through a bedroom window to deliver a box of chocolates all because 'The lady loves Milk Tray".
I know he gave Prince Khalid Abdulla tremendous pleasure being by Dancing Brave - who was very unlucky not to win the Derby - and out of his great mare Slightly Dangerous, who was the dam of the likes of Warning and Yashmak among others.
SHY Coronation Street star Eileen Derbyshire disguised her famous face with a YASHMAK when she visited a poorly pal in hospital.
Fallon won on Reams of Verse, but only after emerging from a melee involving stable second string Yashmak, ridden by Kinane.
After a few hearings, this material suddenly locked into the brain during its live rendition, particularly When God Created The Coffeebreak and Behind The Yashmak.
Today at the Curragh, that winning run should continue in the Irish Oaks with Yashmak.
The 32-year-old is attached to Henry Cecil's stable but was passed over in the choice of riders for the yard's three leading fancies in today's 1000 Guineas, Reams Of Verse, Sleepytime and Yashmak.
Henry Cecil has won this on five occasions with two of his previous scorers, Yashmak and Strigida, also winning that trial at the Berkshire track.
SCOTS weavers at a yashmak factory could have their hours cut to just two days a week because of a row between Saudi bosses.